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Jacksonville Speech & Hearing Center (JSHC) is closely following the rapidly changing healthcare industry. As part of our commitment to the safety and health of those we employ, as well as those we serve, we’ve developed new telepractice programs. These programs offer the added security and convenience of receiving your hearing, speech & language services from the comfort of your home.
You don’t have to be a current patient to participate. To learn more about eligibility, please complete the form below, or call us at (904) 355-3403!
Additional information regarding these new programs is provided below.
Care for Patients During COVID-19
At the Jacksonville Speech & Hearing Center (JSHC), we take nothing more seriously than your health. Amid recent concerns regarding COVID-19, we have been closely monitoring the situation and are taking action based on guidance from the World Health Organization (WHO), the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and local public health officials.
Currently, the majority of our services are being provided virtually through telehealth. These practices ensure that our patients are able to receive essential communication services that enable them to stay socially connected, while remaining physically safe in the comfort of their homes. Once social distancing protocols are lifted, we will continue to offer our remote care options, in addition to in-person care at our clinic.
What is telehealth? Telehealth is the ability to receive select health care services remotely. You no longer have to drive to your health care provider. You can have them meet you wherever you are through Internet-capable devices like laptops, computers, cell phones and tablets. With the growing popularity of telehealth, health care providers have a variety of digital resources that enable them to remotely connect with and care for their patients.
To provide continuity of care, we’re offering our telehealth option for services free of charge to all of our patients during this pandemic.*
* All regular service fees still apply, whether paid for by insurance carriers or directly by the patient.